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The FTDI Module is a versatile USB-to-serial adapter module that allows for easy communication between a computer and microcontroller or other serial devices. It features an FTDI chip that converts USB signals to TTL-level serial signals, enabling serial communication over USB. The module supports various baud rates and provides reliable data transmission. It is commonly used in programming microcontrollers, debugging, and serial communication projects, offering a convenient interface for data transfer between a computer and embedded systems.

      FTDI Module

      SKU: 133
      ₹200.00 Regular Price
      ₹140.00Sale Price
      • Specification

        • Interface: USB (Type-A connector) to TTL-level serial
        • Operating Voltage: Typically 5V DC
        • USB Compatibility: USB 1.1 and USB 2.0 compatible
        • Baud Rates: Supports various baud rates (e.g., 300bps to 3Mbps)
        • Dimensions: Varies depending on the module


        • USB Connection: Connect the USB port of the FTDI module to an available USB port on the computer.
        • Serial Connection: Connect the TX (transmit) pin of the module to the RX pin of the microcontroller or device, and the RX (receive) pin of the module to the TX pin of the microcontroller or device.
        • Power Supply (Optional): If required, provide a separate power supply to the VCC pin of the module for supplying power to the connected device.
        • Ground: Connect the GND pin of the module to the ground (GND) pin of the microcontroller or device.
        • Drivers: Install the necessary FTDI drivers on the computer, if not already present, to ensure proper recognition and communication with the module.
        • Software Configuration: Configure the serial communication settings (e.g., baud rate, parity, etc.) on the computer and the connected microcontroller or device.
        • Coding: Write the appropriate code on the microcontroller or device to send and receive data through the FTDI module.
        • Testing: Verify the communication by sending and receiving data between the computer and the connected device.
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